Attend. Sponsor. Promote. Whichever you choose, thank you for helping make Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraising events as successful as they can be.
Bowl for Kids Sake
Save the Date!!
February 22 and 29, 2020
Lakeshore Lanes, 2519 S. Business Dr., Sheboygan
Bowl For Kids’ Sake is one of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County’s signature fundraisers. Each year over 600 people from around the community come together to have fun and raise money to support the important work Big Brothers Big Sisters does for kids facing adversity in our County. In the last six years, over 4,000 people have raised over $680,000 through this event!
Chowdown in Cheesetown
Saturday, September 7, 2019 • 5-9PM • Plymouth Arts Center
16 Amateur Local Chefs. Over 350 Hungry Guests. 1 Great Cause!
Who knew helping a child in need was so easy? JOIN US at the 6th Annual Chowdown in Cheesetown event, benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County.
Let local, amateur chefs tease your palette as they serve up a variety of exciting dishes for your tasting pleasure. A full cash bar featuring an amazing selection of wines selected by award-winning sommelier Jaclyn Stuart from Vintage Elkhart Lake will be available. The evening also features live blues music, chances to impact kids in the community and the winner of the “Big Cheese” award will be presented to the night’s winning chef.
Please note, the event will take place outside on the back lawn of the Arts Center unless weather brings us indoors.
Proudly supported by: Altmeyer Electric, American Orthodontics, Bemis, Brilliant Lightscapes, Catalyst Construction, Dutchland, Festival Foods, Georgia Pacific, Great Lakes Cheese, International Autos, Johnsonville, Just Kids Dental, Kohler Company, Lake 98.1, Masters Gallery, Morgan Stanley, Plenco, Quasius Construction, Rockline, Sargento, Sheboygan Police Benevolent Association, Sheboygan Paint Company, Van Horn, Vintage Neighborhood, Vollrath, Wisconsin Bank and Trust
Every November it’s time for the men of the Sheboygan Police Department to get hairy!
For the fourth year, officers of the Sheboygan Police Department will be participating in “No Shave November.” If you’re not already aware, this fundraiser is our opportunity to raise awareness and money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County. In exchange for a donation to BBBSSC, officers are allowed to put down their razors and grow facial hair during the month of November.
Sleigh Bell Run
Each year the Sleigh Bell Run takes place on the first Saturday in December. The event proceeds benefit Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Manitowoc and Sheboygan Counties and the Kiel High School Cross Country Teams.